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by Ethan Wolff

eBook Frommer's NYC Free  Dirt Cheap download ISBN: 0470037202
Author: Ethan Wolff
Publisher: Frommer's; 2nd edition (December 6, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 338
ePub: 1659 kb
Fb2: 1187 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Traveling
Subcategory: United States

ISBN 13: 9781118369012. Series: Frommer's Free & Dirt Cheap.

ISBN 13: 9781118369012.

Now you don’t have to spend big bucks to enjoy the Big Apple. Perfect for residents and visitors alike, this outspoken guide is packed with free and dirt-cheap ways to get the most out of New York City, from food, drinks, and entertainment to shopping, events, classes, and more. Categories: Geography\Local history: Tourism.

Frommer's New York City for Free and Dirt Cheap. Great guide to free activities. com User, November 3, 2006. Even though I was going to NYC for just a few days, I found good info in this book

Frommer's New York City for Free and Dirt Cheap. Even though I was going to NYC for just a few days, I found good info in this book. Inside the cover was a weekly schedule for free entrance to several museums.

Frommer's New York City for Free & Dirt Cheap (Frommer's Free & Dirt Cheap) by Ethan Wolff (2004-11-05). Written for residents as well as visitors, this guide has plenty of good clear maps and a chapter of free and cheap itineraries. San Francisco Chronicle.

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Now you don’t have to spend big bucks to enjoy the Big Apple. Perfect for residents and visitors alike, this outspoken guide is packed with free and dirt-cheap ways to get the most out of New York City, from food, drinks, and entertainment to shopping, events, classes, and more.
Comments: (7)
Macage
In planning for my first trip to NYC, I was faced with a veritable wall of guide books to pick from at my local library. Because I like to look for the offbeat when travelling, and because, well, I'm poor (hence, the library), this one caught my eye right away.

It had me at hello (or, more accurately, the introduction entitled "The Best Things In Life Are Free"). Wolff's prose has the perfect blend of knowledge and wit to really make the places he's writing about come alive, with solid historical insights where applicable (the sections on Coney Island were quick but fun reads, quite informative for a newbie like me) and plenty of reference materials to help you plan out your days (maps, addresses, phone numbers, hours of operation, etc.). Especially handy are the subway map and free events calendars printed on the inside front/back covers--efficient and helpful on the go.

I knew the real test would come when my host in Brooklyn took a look at it--she's studying museum education and having lived there her whole life, knows many of the nooks & crannies around town. When I started showing her the listings about places like the Forbes Galleries, the original Winnie the Pooh housed at the NY Public Library, and panorama of NYC at the Queens Museum of Art (all free or very cheap), her eyes lit up. And I knew we had a winner on our hands. If it could impress a city slicker like her, no wonder it had impressed a hayseed like me.

If you're looking for a book that can take you off the beaten tourist track, or even if you live in NYC and are looking for some fresh ideas for cheap entertainment, I really can't recommend this highly enough. Good tips, great resource, and a fun read.
Folsa
We visit our son in Queens several times a year. With this books we did lots of new things and saved money. The write ups are accurate and easy to follow. The out of the way things were so interesting. I can't say enough good things about this book. Next time we go to NYC, we will use this book to explore another borough.
Vaua
Wonderful book. I only wish I had enough time to actually DO everything listed in this book.

There is a handy chart at the front showing items by day of the week.

This book makes more sense if you actually live in or near New York than if you are just visiting for a few days as many of the entertainment freebies and/or discounts are only once a month or once a week and casual visitors might not be able to attend due to timing.
Ral
Lots of good hints for doing NYC on the cheep. Little lite on restaurant suggestion. Plenty out there that is missed.
Frlas
I bought this book for each of our daughters in NYC - who already live there - - what a nice surprise that they are getting even more new ideas and ways to save $$$ and enjoy the city life.......
you secret
Awesome book for traveling to NYC!
Llanonte
Before you take a trip to New York read this book. You will gain valuable insights that the average visitor to the city will not know. Great Book.
Used this book this past weekend in New York City. It was very helpful and the tips were great. There was also some great maps that came in very handy.